Retirement, Resignation, and Discontinuation of Employment
- Retirement. Faculty may retire in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 135 of the North Carolina General Statutes, Retirement System of Teachers and State Employees.
- Resignation. A faculty member who has decided to resign from Winston-Salem State University should do so in accordance with procedures outlined in Section III.D. of the Tenure Policies and Regulations of Winston-Salem State University Faculty Handbook.
- Discontinuation of Employment. The employment of a faculty member may be discontinued in accordance with conditions specified in the University of North Carolina Code and the Tenure Policies and Regulations of Winston-Salem State University.
- Grievance and Appeals Procedures. The Faculty Hearing Committee on Discharge and Non-reappointment hears appeals from faculty members who feel non-reappointment is based upon impermissible grounds, or that they have not been given timely notice. The Faculty Grievance Committee is authorized to hear, mediate, and advise with respect to matters directly related to a faculty member's employment status and institutional relationships within Winston-Salem State University. Refer to Sections V.B and VIII, respectively, of the Tenure Policies and Regulations of Winston-Salem State University for information on the grievance process, including time limits for appeals, and for additional information on these two committees.